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Efficiency of municipal wastewater treatment with membrane bioreactor

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Molecular Characterization of ESBL Gene in Citrobacter Spp and Antibacterial Activity of Omega-3 Against Resistant Isolates

). Study on molecular epidemiology of SHV type beta-lactamase encoding genes of multiple-drug - resistant Acinetobacter baumannii . Zhonghua Liu Xing Bing Xue Za Zhi.,25: 425-427. I barguren M., L opez D. & E scriba P. 2014. The effect of natural and synthetic fatty acids on membrane structure, microdomain organization, cellular functions and human health. Biochi. et Bioph. Acta. 1838: 1518-1528. J anda J. M., A bbott S. L., C heung W. K. & H anson D. F. 1994. Biochemical identification of citrobacteria in the clinical laboratory. J of Clini Microbi

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Linear revitalization – problems and challenges. Discursive article

of technical infrastructure (sewage systems, energy supply systems), degraded roads, lack of access to fibre-optics, and weak accessibility to surrounding areas. They underline that overcoming such barriers „often determines the further course of the revitalization process”. The statements cited above, although referring only to a small amount of literature and being incomplete, are consistent with the idea of linear revitalization. A thesis may thereby be formulated, that overcoming the barriers of growing quantity and scale which occur in cities is becoming one

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